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Deadline quickly approaching to study European Immigration Crisis in Italy this summer

Payton Bucki, Content Editor February 26, 2024

This summer, Oakland University students have the unique opportunity to study the European immigration crisis in Italy. However, the opportunity to sign up for the program ends on March 4. Cathy Shafran,...

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The United States’ involvement in Latin America and its consequences

Noah Thomason, Political Reporter November 15, 2023

Immigration from Latin America has been a present topic in U.S. politics for a long time now, especially among conservatives. There has been significant fearmongering about the “threat” immigrants...

OU senior Maryam Khan during her recent trip to Pakistan.

Student Maryam Khan’s experience as an immigrant in the US

Autumn Okuszka, Editor-in-Chief November 9, 2022

Oakland University senior Maryam Khan grew up in Pakistan until 2011. When her parents separated, Khan’s mother decided to relocate to the U.S. — not only because her family resides there, but because...

Dr. Kenneth Mitton

Dr. Kenneth Mitton’s journey to becoming a U.S. citizen

Autumn Okuszka, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2022

Dr. Kenneth Mitton, assistant professor of biomedical sciences at Oakland University, was preparing for the United States citizenship test before he knew he would ever be taking it. Growing up in Canada,...

Politics of the rural poor

Amy Swanson, Staff Reporter November 9, 2016

So many residents of the rural poor seem to vote against their best interests, according to Philip Lewin. Lewin, assistant professor of sociology at Florida Atlantic University, gave his lecture titled...

Final presidential debate breakdown

John Bozick, Web Editor October 25, 2016

Tensions were high as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met for the final debate, which could very well decide the winner of the 2016 election. Taking place at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the...

Registered voters in the Michigan primaries who casted their ballot last week received a sticker. 

You’ve gotta fight for your right…to vote

Rachel Williams March 13, 2016

Registered voters in the Michigan primaries who casted their ballot last week received a sticker. 

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